Over the past few weeks, i haven’t been as active as i had hoped, due to college finals going on. However, after the agonizing strands of exams, I needed a break.

Therefore, i took some time out to finish this review i’ve been meaning to post a week ago.

This car needs no intro. It’s presence alone is a beauty. From the gloss white and matte black finish, to the endless amount of tampos on the race-car, everything is very consistent.

Where there isn’t paint, there is carbon fiber. It’s literally everywhere. It’s visible on the side exhausts, spoiler, headlights, interior, splitters, etc.

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Unfortunately, like most GT cars, the engine doesn’t offer you much to look at. It’s very generic, with a simple piece of carbon fiber housing the powerplant and huge ass air intakes on both sides, along with multiple cooling hoses. However, don’t blame this on AutoArt. This is how the real car looks like.

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The interior, is where this model starts to shine. When accessing the interior, you’d have to be careful. That’s why AutoArt provided a little tool to open the doors with, due to the fact that the panel gaps are extremely tight. The interior is well appointed and oh yeah. A good amount of carbon fiber.

The tires are branded with Michelins and the carbon ceramic discs are Brembos!

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Because the model is part of AutoArt’s signature line, it does come with a booklet and certificate of authenticity.

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I love Autoart’s commitment to Japanese cars. No one does them better as a decently priced model. The model is priced at around $200, but in my opinion, is well worth it.

Thanks for viewing!

Back to studying, haha.